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Undergraduates of the School at the Microsystems & Nanoengineering Summit 2019

2019-11-25Research News

From July 8 to 10, 2019, the Microsystems & Nanoengineering Summit 2019 (6th) was held in Shanghai. Associate Professor Wang Fei of the school and Tian Ye, an undergraduate enrolled in 2017, were invited to the summit. This summit received nearly 100 oral reports and exhibition board submissions from home and abroad. Among them, posters made by Tian Ye and his team members Hu Mingtao, He Wenxin, Chen Xinhao and other students were successfully selected as one of the only two undergraduate teams with outstanding student posters.


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Associate Professor Wang Fei (first from right) and Tian Ye (first from left) at the venue of MINE 2019

The poster of Tian Ye’s team is titled "A Facile Design of Controllable Heating Pulse Testing System for VOCs Gas Sensor", introducing the concept of heating pulse to the gas sensor testing method, and the simple testing system built according to this concept. It adds variety to the response testing of gas sensors, hoping to provide innovative calibration methods for the performance of the devices with this method.


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Testing System for VOCs Gas Sensor by Tian Ye’s Team


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Tian Ye introduces the research to the delegates.

The Microsystems & Nanoengineering Summit, with the international journal Microsystems & Nanoengineering as the platform, is intended to provide young researchers in the academia with a channel for academic exchanges and cooperation with top international experts, as well as enhance international exchanges and cooperation. This summit has brought together a number of academicians of the the Academy of Science of the Royal Society of Canada, IEEE fellows, and other academic leaders. By introducing advanced international technology lectures, it intends to promote the development process of China's micro-nano system.




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